new It is planned to publish the proceedings with Springer in their Communications in Computer and Information Science series.

new Extended versions of selected papers will be recommended to SCI-indexed journal special issues.

new Please find the CyberLife 2020 Call for Papers .

new Please find the CyberLife 2020 Call for Workshop.

new Given the Covid-19 and its influences on travel restrictions,the International Conference on Cyber-Living, Cyber-Syndrome and Cyber-Health 2020 (CyberLife 2020) will be held online on December 10-12, 2020.


Information and communication technology have definitely made our lives easier and enabled us to make enormous advancements in different fields and domains. However, the cost of such advancements is the emergence of many physical, social and mental disorders, that affect the users at the individual level, as well as the community as a whole. Cyber-syndrome is the physical, social, and mental disorders that affect the human being due to the excessive interaction with the cyberspace. For example, recently researchers have estimated that 6 percent of the world's population is addicted to the internet, not to mention other forms of addiction brought by excessive usage or misusage of technology, such as gaming addiction and cyberbullying. In addition to that many trending computing paradigms are making the human the center of the computing architectures, such as internet of people (IoP), people-centric computing, people-centric internet of things, human crowd sensing, body area networks (BAN). Thus, exposing the human to an immense amount of radiations, and putting him in a perilous position in the front line against serious health risks. On the other hand, many modern technologies, like image processing, data science and cyber-physical systems have boosted up the modern Cyber-Health systems, not only by hardware inventions but also at the software level. For example, data sciences have helped the healthcare community by offering diagnosis, assessment and treatment systems. It has been done by analyzing the medical data using data analysis, machine learning and deep learning mechanisms.

The International Conference on Cyber-Living, Cyber-Syndrome and Cyber-Health 2020 (CyberLife 2020) will continue to discuss and communicate with the living and health in Cyberspace, reach existing smart medical framework solutions, report on privacy protection issues and follow-up research directions arising from smart healthcare. Researchers, scholars and engineers are warmly and sincerely welcomed to communicate and exchange their brilliant ideas, and any other collaboration forms and ideas on Cyber-Living, Cyber-Syndrome and Cyber-Health which you are interested will be deeply expected.

Important Date

Paper Submission Deadline (strict):
    August 15, 2020

Author notification:
    September 15, 2020

Camera-Ready Files Due:
    October 10, 2020

Registration Deadline:
    December 3, 2020